An Alternative Strategy of Social Entrepreneurship Initiative for Food Security in Nigeria: The Role of Relevant StakeholdersJournal: Business, Management and Economics Research (Vol.1, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2015-08-22
Authors : Aminu Nassir Brimah; Wahid Damilola Olanipekun; Azeez Tunbosun Lawal;
Page : 50-53
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The thrust of this paper is to provide an alternative strategy for solving the problem of food insecurity in Nigeria through the social entrepreneurship initiative which is gaining prominence in recent times. The paper explains the numerous efforts adopted by government to engender food security in the country but which yielded infinitesimal results. It concludes that the problem of food insecurity in Nigeria can be solved with collective efforts of the relevant stakeholders: international donors, government, professional institutions, banks, nongovernmental organisations, faith based institutions, schools, families, farmers, and media. The paper recommends the adoption of social entrepreneurship initiative by all stakeholders as an alternative strategy for achieving the dream of food security in Nigeria.
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